Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

After skin cancer, prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men in Ireland. Each year, about 3,300 men in Ireland are told they have prostate cancer. One in eight men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime. If prostate cancer is found early, it can be treated and cured.

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Concerned about prostate cancer or looking for information? We can provide the information you need, whether you're making a decision about treatment, looking for support or need to understand the basics.

About prostate cancer

Signs and symptoms

Reduce your risk

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Looking for advice or support? Talk to other men about prostate cancer anonymously online in our Online Community or speak to other men who have survived prostate cancer.

Treatment information

Online Community

Speak to a survivor

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Recently finished treatment for prostate cancer? Get information and resources around post-treatment side effects and how you can lead a healthy, happy life going forward after treatment.

Managing side effects

Staying healthy

Facing practical issues

Raise funds and awareness for men's health. Help men live happier, healthier, longer lives.

Learn more

By taking a few simple steps such as maintaining a good diet and taking action early, every man can improve their chances of living a happy and healthy life.

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Read more about the research projects we are funding that is related to prostate cancer.

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Call our Cancer Nurseline Freephone on 1800 200 700 and speak to one of our specialis cancer nurses with any questions or concerns about your prostate health. Alternatively email us:

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